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The surveillance programme for mould and mycotoxins in feed materials and complete feed in Norway 2014

Aksel Bernhoft, Ellen Christensen, Hege Divon, Thor A. Waaler, Chiek Er, Gunnar S. Eriksen. The surveillance programme for mould and mycotoxins in feed materials and complete feed in Norway 2014.Surveillance programmes for terrestrial and aquatic animals in Norway. Annual report 2014. Oslo: Norwegian Veterinary Institute; 2015.

In Norwegian cereals the concentrations of DON were extraordinary low and the concentrations of HT-2 and T-2 were extraordinary high in 2014. The result indicate that weather and agronomic means that suppress conditions for DON contamination may be of advantage for other mycotoxin producers such as F. langsethiae producing HT-2 and T-2. The concentrations of selected mycotoxins (DON, HT-2, T-2, nivalenol, zearalenone, ochratoxin A) in feed for pigs and poultry were below maximum recommended levels in all samples.

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Bernhoft Aksel

Senior researcher

Christensen Ellen

Forsker, veterinær

Waaler Thor Arnulf

Avdelingsingeniør

Er Chiek

Forsker